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The Reagan Review · 23h ago

Announcing My New Book:Following Jesus Through The Gospels

I’m excited to announce the release of my latest book Following Jesus through the Gospels. The Gospels have been a favorite of mine and the material in this book has been things I’ve studied...
The Reagan Review · 2d ago

The Hermeneutical Spiral by Grant Osborne

This massive book lives up to its subtitle of “a comprehensive introduction to Biblical interpretation”. It’s the fullest volume I have seen on the subject and it brings the word encyclopedi...
The Reagan Review · 2d ago

Mark (NTL) by Eugene Boring

Eugene Boring’s commentary on the Gospel of Mark is one of the most highly regarded in the New Testament Library (NTL) series. Mr. Boring is quite respected in the scholarly world and this b...
The Reagan Review · 3d ago

Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics (Revised Edition)

Two veteran scholars, Walter Kaiser, Jr. and Moises Silva, team to provide us this introduction to the study of biblical hermeneutics. This is a revised and expanded second edition. It comes...
The Reagan Review · 3d ago

Entrusted With The Gospel–A Book Review

This book, edited by Andreas Kostenberger and Terry Wilder, collects 12 scholarly articles on the Pastoral Epistles. They cover matters similar to what you might find in the introduction of ...
The Reagan Review · 3d ago

Revival Sermons of Jonathan Edwards–A Review

Jonathan Edwards was an amazing man. Besides being impressive for his theological writings, he was one of the preachers God used mightily in the Great Awakening. Having read the book Jonatha...
The Reagan Review · 5d ago

KJV Expressions Bible–A Review

The KJV Expressions Bible published by Hendrickson publishers is the perfect Bible for those interested in journaling. This Bible gives over 2 inch margins on the outside of each page. With ...
The Reagan Review · 1w ago

Five Festal Garments by Barry Webb

I wish other scholarly books read like this one. It could make a prototype for future scholarly monographs. For one thing, he loved to read the New Testament back into these five wonderful O...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

Of God and Men A.W. Tozer

This title is not as well-known as many of A.W. Tozer’s other volumes. Don’t let that lack of fame fool you as it has all the qualities that we have come to love in Mr. Tozer. In fact, even ...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

Luke (NTL) by John Carroll

This commentary is a fairly recent entry in the well-known New Testament Library (NTL) series. Before I received this book, I had heard reports that it was one of the most practical volumes ...